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Schiedermayr, Johann Baptist Johann Baptist Schiedermayr
Austria Austria
(1778 - 1840)
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Schiedermayr, Johann Baptist: Missa in Bb Major for Small Orchestra

Missa in Bb Major for Small Orchestra
Johann Baptist Schiedermayr




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Composer :Johann Baptist SchiedermayrSchiedermayr, Johann Baptist (1778 - 1840)
Instrumentation :

Winds & String Orchestra

Style :

Classical

Arranger :
Publisher :
Johann Baptist SchiedermayrMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Key :B♭ major
Copyright :Public Domain
Johann Baptist Schiedermayr (1778 - 1840) was a German classical composer born near Straubing. He was director of the choir of Linz cathedral. He wrote church music in a Haydn-like style. He was the Elder son of Georg Schiedermayr (teacher), who taught in the monastery Pfaffenmünster. His older brother Georg was organist in the Premonstratensian Windberg and the younger brother Franz Xaver later became a teacher and composer.

Johann Baptist Schiedermayr the Elder was trained by his father early in singing and came in 1788 as a choir boy in the monastery of the Premonstratensians in Windberg, where his brother George was already active as an organist, and learned there to play the piano.

In 1791 he went to the Benedictine Abbey Oberalteich and received lessons there from Father Ignaz Edmund Härtl and the school teacher Stephan Fuchs in singing and in the study of the bass.

In 1793, at the age of 14, he came to the Electoral Study and Music Seminar in Straubing and was the best organist among 24 students. Here he received lessons from Thaddäus Wolfgang Freiherr von Dürnitz (1756-1807), one of the best piano players of his time. Two Latin teachers trained him on the instruments flute and violin. The following year, Johann Baptist Schiedermayr the Elder began to compose: a tantum ergo with 4 voices, an Alma redemtoris mater and a Mass in D major for his father.

In 1796 he left the seminary and went to the Canon monastery St. Nikola near Passau. At first he was employed as a bassist and later as an organist, at the same time he studied theology at the "Collegium academicum". He studied in the second course, as part of the secularization all monasteries and pens were canceled in Bavaria.

Because he saw in Bavaria no future for himself, he moved to Austria and applied in a trial concert in Schärding for the body of the late gymnast / organist Eggerstorfer. The condition for the award of the position was that he would have to take the eldest daughter of the deceased as his wife. He refused, however, and did not get the job, but met at the rehearsal concert his future wife, the youngest daughter Barbara Eggerstorfer know.

On February 24, 1804, he went to Linz and was used as a musician under the cathedral and city Kapellmeister Franz Xaver Glöggl in the church, in the theater and at the Civil Guard on various instruments until 1810 hired as a cathedral and city parish organist has been. He was 1st Kapellmeister at the Landestheater, was the conductor of the Redoutenbälle and he composed masses, dances for social concerts and occasional pieces, he also gave from 1823 to 1837 Singing lessons at the singing school of the Linzer Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde. In 1839, after the death of Franz Xaver Glöggl, Johann Baptist Schiedermayr the Elder became a provisional Cathedral and Stadtpfarrkapellmeister.

Source: Wikipedia (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Baptist_Schiederm ayr_der_%C3%84ltere).

Although originally scored for Chorus (SATB) and Orchestra, I created this Arrangement of the Missa in Bb Major for Small Orchestra (Bb Trumpets, Flutes, Oboes, Clarinets, French Horns, Bassoons, Timpani, Violins, Violas & Cellos).
Added by magataganm the 2019-10-18


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